Our Leadership

About Sue Dulmage

 Sue  Dulmage brings with her over 22 years of dedicated service in the  hospitality procurement industry. Her professional career began with  Gerry Brown & Associates, followed by an immediate transition to The  Cardy Group. Her responsibilities included managing all aspects of the  purchasing process, including sourcing, design development and  coordination, budgeting, tendering, tracking and installation. She then  moved to Westmont Hospitality Group, where she was responsible for  tendering, analyzing, negotiating and launching National Agreements for  M&E (Maintenance and Engineering), A&G (Administrative and  General) and Logistics. In addition, she worked with the Vice President  of Purchasing to meet financial targets for FF&E, Operations and  Administrative areas of the Organization.
 

In 2003, Sue moved to Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts,  where she held several positions within the procurement department, from  Purchasing Manager of china and linens to Director of Hotel  Relationship Management and ultimately, Director of Design Coordination.  As Director of Hotel Relationship Management, she managed a team that  supported the procurement needs of the Owners and the Operations team  for properties in Canada, the United States and Asia. In 2010, Sue's  experience with Owners, the Hotel teams, Interior Designers, and vendors  provided a natural transition to Director of Design Coordination, where  Sue and her team worked closely with the interior designers on all  renovation and new development projects to ensure that the exclusive  standards of Four Seasons were being met.
 

Prior to founding SDA, Sue worked on numerous renovations  and new development projects in Canada, Hawaii and the continental US.  Sue has also worked with some of the most reputable interior designers  in the hospitality industry, including Anderson Miller, BAMO, Brayton +  Hughes, Cheryl Rowley Design, EDG, Moncur Design Associates, Paul  Duesing Partners, Pierre Yves Rochon and Yabu Pushelberg.
 

Sue holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Hospitality and  Tourism Management from Ryerson University and is a member of NEWH. 

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